Madras High Court extends Nalini parole by three weeks

Madras High Court extends Rajiv Gandhi assasination case convict S Nalaini’s parole by three weeks. According to the order, the parole ends on 25 August. Continue Reading

Nalini files petition in Madras HC seeking parole extension

While the Madras High Court granted one month parole for S Nalini to attend her daughter’s wedding, the life convict has once again appealed to the judicial body seeking an extension to one more month. Continue Reading

Madras High Court grants permission to shift Rajagopal to pvt hospital

The Madras High Court has granted permission to shift convicted owner of Saravana Bhavan group of hotels, P Rajagopal, from Stanley Government Hospital to a private hospital for better treatment. Continue Reading

Much needed break

Nalini, in prison for over 27 years, wanted the court to direct the Superintendent of Police, Special Prison for Women in Vellore, to produce her before the court so that she could argue her case for leave as party-in-person. Continue Reading

Bad buzz

The Madras High Court imposed a ban on ‘Bus Day’ celebrations in 2011 owing to public nuisance and threat to road-users. The police, too, had issued warnings against the practice many a time. Despite the ban and vigil, students continue to indulge in it. Continue Reading

Order, order

In a setback to Vedanta Group and shot in the arm for the Tamilnadu government and activists, the Supreme Court Monday refused to allow reopening of Sterlite plant in Thoothukudi. However, the apex court granted it liberty to approach the Madras High Court. Continue Reading

Game & name

In an argument questioning the very way cricket is played and viewed in India, a petition in the Madras High Court has sought a direction to the authorities for initiating legal action against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for ‘allegedly representing the country without any proper official approval from the government’. Continue Reading

HC orders interim stay on sale of online medicines

Following protests staged by the apex body of chemists and druggists all over the State 27 September, the Madras High Court today ordered a two-week interim stay on sale of medicines online. Continue Reading

Big breather for EPS-OPS

The 18 AIADMK MLAs were disqualified by Speaker P Dhanapal on 18 September last year under the anti-defection law after they met the Governor and expressed loss of confidence in Palaniswami. Continue Reading